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Syngenomics at the Berlin Institute for Advanced Studies
I am currently on sabbatical as part of a syngenomics focus group at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (More)
DR. DORIS WAGNER BECOMES EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
Beginning January 1, 2019, Dr. Doris Wagner along with Dr. Claudia Köhler have agreed to become Editors-in-Chief of the journal Current Opinion in Plant Biology. (More)
RUN JIN TEACHES SUPERLAB
This semester, lab member Run Jin is teaching a Superlab (authentic research conducted by undergrads) on PIR and PRC2 in Arabidopsis  (funded by NSF MCB MCB-1614355) (More)
DR. DORIS WAGNER VISITS FRIENDS CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Doris Wagner spoke to students about Epigenetics in plants at the Friends Central High School Biology in a lab class taught by Dr. Sonia Chin. (More)
WAGNER LAB PARTICIPATED IN BIOL425 CLASS
This semester Run Jin was a TA for Dr. John Wagner's investigative biology class where open-ended, interesting biological problems are explored using modern lab techniques. Topics may include protein structure/function studies; genetic screens, genom (More)
SAMANTHA KLASFELD VOLUNTEERS AT 4TH AND 5TH GRADE SCIENCE FAIR
Samantha Klasfeld along with a few other graduate students volunteered their time as Science Fair Judges for the Lower School Fair for 4th and 5th grades. It was a unique opportunity to see the local school’s science program, support the love of scie (More)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR. JIANQIANG SHEN
At lab meeting, the Wagner Lab celebrated Jianqiang's birthday with Pumpkin Cake! (More)
RUN JIN GIVES KEY NOTE PRESENTATION
The Biology Grad Student Extravaganza featured a host of lightening talks by first-year graduate students plus a keynote talk from this year's Biology Retreat poster champion and Wagner Lab 5th-year graduate student, Run Jin. Her talk was titled: Ide (More)
New biorxiv ms on the ant social interactome
Michael led a study on the transcriptomic basis and evolution of the pharaoh ant "social interactome", i.e. the set of genes expressed in interacting worker nurses and developing larvae that affects larval development, which is now available onMore)
OH Digest: Long-life secrets from a tortoise, the health risks of a changing climate, and more
The genetic code of Lonesome George, the last of the Pinta Galapagos tortoises, could contain insight about what leads to longer lifespans. (More)
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